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Byzantine and Slavs

Byzantine and Slavs

Byzantine and Slavs . Chapter 10. The New Rome. 10-1. Byzantine Foundations. A.   In A.D. 330 the Roman emperor Constantine built Constantinople at a strategic place where Europe and Asia meet; the site, on a peninsula, offered control over trade routes and natural protection from attack.

By Faraday
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Aim/Goal: How did Marco Polo’s visit to China influence their relationship with Europe?

Aim/Goal: How did Marco Polo’s visit to China influence their relationship with Europe?

Aim/Goal: How did Marco Polo’s visit to China influence their relationship with Europe? Do Now: What factors would influence your decision to travel to a place? What steps would you have to take to prepare for that trip? Why would you stay/come home from that place? Homework:.

By wilford
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Ch 12 Mongols Big Picture Questions

Ch 12 Mongols Big Picture Questions

Ch 12 Mongols Big Picture Questions. What accounts for the often negative attitudes of settled societies toward the pastoral peoples living on their borders?

By ananda
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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Byzantines, Russians, Turks Interact. Section 1 - Byzantine. Western Rome collapsed – 476 AD Byzantine flourished ( Constantinople ) Justinian – had tried to regain lost Roman territory Ruled with absolute authority Spoke Greek (not Latin)

By aitana
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Expansion of Asia: 600 to 1450

Expansion of Asia: 600 to 1450

Expansion of Asia: 600 to 1450. AP World History Ms. Kamburov. Chinese Dynasties Chronology. Shang Zhou Period of Warring States Qin Han Tang Song Brief period of Mongol rule Ming. Tang & Song. Grouped together Tang expanded China

By gilead
(119 views)

Ch 15

Ch 15

Ch 15. The West Comes to Power. I. Introduction. Europe slowly started to come out of the dark ages in the 1300’s Europe slowly starts to become dominate in the world Everything else started to fall apart Reactionary due to external factors. II. Decline of Old World Order.

By talia
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Period 3: Regional and Trans regional Interactions 600 CE-1450

Period 3: Regional and Trans regional Interactions 600 CE-1450

Period 3: Regional and Trans regional Interactions 600 CE-1450. Turn in Islam chart, keep women in Islamic societies out on your desk . Post Classical period . Collapse of old empires, rise of city-states in Africa, Mesoamerica, Southeast Asia Massive wars of conquest

By maddy
(135 views)

Unit Two – Honors World History

Unit Two – Honors World History

Unit Two – Honors World History. Byzantine, Mongol, Islam, African Societies. SSWH4 - The student will analyze the importance of the Byzantine and Mongol empires between 450 CE and 1500 CE. .

By irina
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Unit Two – Honors World History

Unit Two – Honors World History

Unit Two – Honors World History. Byzantine, Mongol, Islam, African Societies. SSWH4 - The student will analyze the importance of the Byzantine and Mongol empires between 450 CE and 1500 CE. .

By adelle
(137 views)

The Mongol Empire

The Mongol Empire

The Mongol Empire. (Wait for it…the Mongols!). The Geographic setting. The Steppes. The Central Asian steppes are an almost unbroken band of treeless grasslands situated between the forests of the north and mountains and deserts of the south

By khuyen
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Russian History in a Nutshell

Russian History in a Nutshell

Russian History in a Nutshell. Ten people, places, and events that shaped Russia. Russia Begins. 862 A.D. – Scandinavian chief Rurik becomes a ruler of Novgorod. In the same year two other Scandinavian chiefs Askold and Dir establish themselves in Kiev starting the first Russian state.

By drea
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Mongol Empire & Yuan Dynasty

Mongol Empire & Yuan Dynasty

Mongol Empire & Yuan Dynasty. Essential Question 1. How did the Mongols build a vast empire that stretched from Europe to China?. They had strong leaders, a disciplined army, and conquered other empires . Essential Question 2.

By moanna
(402 views)

Mongol Empire

Mongol Empire

Mongol Empire. Coach Grgurich Unit 4B Lesson 4. Background.

By pahana
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Ch 15 sec 1-2 and Ch 16

Ch 15 sec 1-2 and Ch 16

Ch 15 sec 1-2 and Ch 16. Mongol Rule of China. Kublai Khan rules China as Mongol 4 Classes Mongol—Top Foreigners-outside China who are friends of Mongols 2 nd 3 rd Northern Chinese 4 th Southern Chinese. Khan. No civil service test—picked Mongols to rule who were friends

By noura
(64 views)

Bellringer		February 9, 20121

Bellringer February 9, 20121

Bellringer February 9, 20121. Grab your clicker Take out your Chapter 12 Notes Guide Take out your writing utensil . Chapter 12, Section 3: The Mongols in China . February 9, 2012. Objective. Today we are learning how the Mongols created the world’s largest land empire. The Mongols.

By dorit
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Chapter 12 Section 3 Questions

Chapter 12 Section 3 Questions

Chapter 12 Section 3 Questions. Early in their history, Mongols were known for their ability to ride horses & to _____________. Officers in Genghis Khan’s army were chosen for their _____________, which made his army the most skilled in the world.

By ryu
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EMPIRES IN EAST ASIA

EMPIRES IN EAST ASIA

EMPIRES IN EAST ASIA. 600-1350. Section 1: Tang and Song China. The Tang Dynasty Expands China. Wendi was the first emperor of the Sui Dynasty lasting from 581 to 618. Their biggest accomplishment was the building of the Grand Canal (1,000 miles).

By candie
(139 views)

Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Byzantines, Russians, and Turks Interact 500-1500. Section 1 – The Byzantine Empire. The New Rome. Empire was divided in 395 In 527, Justinian took over the East South to make the West great again Took Rome back from the Germanic tribes (changed hands 6 times in 16 years)

By tola
(136 views)

Tradition and Change in East Asia

Tradition and Change in East Asia

Tradition and Change in East Asia. Edo Japan 1450-1750. Sengoku ( “Country at war”) Period. Japan was in perpetual state of warfare during 15 th -16 th Centuries Powerful feudal warlords battled each other for power over the country

By ciel
(156 views)

Development of Russia

Development of Russia

Development of Russia. Impact of the Byzantine Empire . East & Central Europe. Slavic people divided into 3 groups: western, eastern, & southern Slavs Western Slavs formed the Polish & Bohemian kingdoms Poles, Czechs, Hungarians were all converted to Christianity by German Monks

By adah
(101 views)

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